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Let me just begin this by saying, like Tim's conspiracy theory yesterday, this is nothing more than rampant speculation on Gary Kubiak based on what Ian Rapoport mentioned on NFL Network, which Corzo linked to as a FanShot on Wednesday. I have no inside information, no sources to speak of; this is just a man and a random nugget of thought that crossed his mind when he read this. Do not claim this as fact. It is the basest of speculation and meant to cause a bit of debate. Whether this is just some rational thought or something that should be placed alongside the theory that the moon landing was staged, I leave that for you to decide.
In case you haven't been paying attention this season (and frankly I wouldn't blame you if you weren't), your Houston Texans have a 2-7 record and an upcoming schedule that doesn't look to get any easier.
It's a bad place for a team to be, and an even worse one for a coach. According to Ian Rapoport, Gary Kubiak's position ...
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To make room on the roster for OLB Ricky Sapp, the Texans waived RB Ray Graham.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) November 15, 2013
The Houston Texans have waived rookie runningback Ray Graham to make room for outside linebacker Ricky Sapp was recently promoted to the active roster from the practice squad after a rash of injuries that hit the running back position.
The Houston Texans have lost eight in a row since starting the NFL season 2-0 and are an official mess. Things got even messier on Sunday when the Texans pulled Case Keenum for Matt Schaub late in the third quarter of a 28-23 home loss to the Oakland Raiders. The Texans were down 28-17 when […]
Pretty much the worst thing that could happen to the Houston Texans happened Sunday--besides Matt Schaub being inserted back into the lineup. Late in the game it appeared that Schaub might be able to pull the game out with a late touchdown toss with the team facing fourth and goal at the eight-yard line.Instead he missed. What immediately followed on the sideline is what will haunt...
According to Texans HC Gary Kubiak through the Texans website RB Arian Foster had successful surgery on Thursday to repair a herniated disk in his back. Coach Gary Kubiak made the announcement that Foster’s herniated disc was operated on and said that the running back came through the operation well. “His surgery went well and that’s about all I know,” Kubiak said, via the...
Texans season might be lost, but this was still a nice play.
The Houston Texans lost again this week, this time to the Arizona Cardinals. At one point quarterback Case Keenum was pulled from the game for poor play and Matt Schaub was put out on the field. Schaub and veteran wide receiver Matt Schaub were seen jawing at one another on the side line.
After the game neither head coach Gary Kubiak, Schaub or Johnson talked about the situation...
Wade Phillips must have really thought he was getting the Ed Reed of 7 or 8 years ago.
While Reed was introducing himself to his Jets teammates and the media, Wade Phillips was in Houston trying to explain why Reed simply didn’t work out.
During his Thursday afternoon presser, Phillips hinted to the media that he and other Texans defensive coaches expected Reed to have a J.J. Watt...
Fan of the Houston Texans were given quite a scare during the first half of the game with the Raiders Sunday. Not only did the Raiders get out to an early 14-0 lead, but they momentarily were faced with the possibility of Matt "Pick 6" Schaub having to come back in the game.@SBNationGIF/TwitterKeenum got hit hard on an early sack, and looked like he might be hurting just...
Here is the official Houston Texans Injury Report, brought to you by HoustonTexans.com. There will be an active/inactive list provided before kickoff tomorrow, detailing any last minute decisions by the franchise.
Houston Texans Injury Report*
*Parentheses indicate a players level of participation in Friday’s practice
TE Ryan Griffin(DNP) Concussion
CB Elbert Mack (DNP...
The Houston Texans are relying on only one punter this season, and he is currently too sick to even practice. What are the Texans to do if their pro bowl punter, Shane Lechler, is unavailable for Sunday’s matchup with the Oakland Raiders, a team in which he spent 13-years with?
According to Pro Football Talk, Texans’ head coach Gary Kubiak doesn’t view it as a problem, sarcastically...
Last week: 21 (-1)
Despite their 2-7 record, the Texans actually rank 12th in rate of moving the chains differential, moving the chains at a 75% rate, as opposed to 72% for their opponents. They probably aren’t as good as that (Football Outsiders has them 29th in DVOA), but they’ve just been killed by turnovers (-13) and return touchdowns (-7 touchdowns). They won’t...
The Texans have claimed veteran linebacker Ricky Sapp on waivers from the Jets. They waived him to make room for Ed Reed.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) November 15, 2013
The Houston Texans have claimed outside linebacker Ricky Sapp off of waivers from the New York Jets. Sapp was waived by the Jets to make room for newly acquired Ed Reed this past week.
Sapp was drafted by...
The Oakland Raiders and Houston Texans will play against one another on Sunday.
The Raiders (3-6) will be hoping to earn their first road win of the season when they play against the Texans. (2-7)
Coverage of the game between the Raiders and Texans will air on CBS beginning at 1:00 pm ET from Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX.
Case Keenum has been playing very well since taking over for Matt Schaub. He has a tremendous scrambling TD pass against the Raiders.
Reminded me of Doug Flutie.